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Don Rudolph

12-18-2012 21:19:39

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201 gas were used in 660 combines, no tractors that I know of.

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12-21-2012 07:22:05

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 Re: 201g engine in reply to Don Rudolph, 12-18-2012 21:19:39  
A Continental 201 c.i. gas was used in a Massey Harris model 33. From what I've heard very difficult to find parts.

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12-19-2012 15:39:29

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 Re: 201g engine in reply to Don Rudolph, 12-18-2012 21:19:39  
660s also had 188 gas engines, we have 4 of them. All have internal governors, not belt drive.

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Joe Young

12-19-2012 04:00:49

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 Re: 201g engine in reply to Don Rudolph, 12-18-2012 21:19:39  
I think Don is correct. No ag tractors used the 201, and I don't think the construction tractors used it either.

The 201 is the same engine as the 188g with a bigger bore, so it will bolt up to any 630 with minimal or no modification. The block on a 188/201 is about 1 1/2 inched longer than a 148 (430) or 159 (530) engine, so replacing either of those engines with a 201 would require lengthening the tin, changing out side rails (if equipped) and modifying the throttle linkage.

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